Android Auto Overview
Android Auto is exactly what you want in a phone interface. You can access all of your apps, texts, and phone calls just by using voice-enabled commands. In addition, you can see your home screen, Google Maps, and music applications just by using Android Auto.
Google unveiled Android Auto in 2014 at their I/O. It was touted as the latest way to access apps and keep driver’s attention on the road. You don’t have to use your hands to access all of your apps just by connecting to Android Auto in your vehicle. The new touch screen in the center of a vehicle’s dashboard is a way for drivers to see alerts and stay aware of road conditions as well.
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